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Netanyahu, Gantz, Sa'ar and Bennett Battle It Out to Mark Their Territory

Sa'ar succeeds in disrupting Bennett's plans while cunningly dismantling Likud ■ Gantz and Kahol Lavan have totally lost their value ■ Netanyahu's pawn Elkin effectively demolishes the PM

Yossi Verter
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Like a hardcore gambling addict, Israel is back again for the fourth time in less than two years at the roulette table called an election. The dealer is the same dealer, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and therefore it is necessary to append to this race the usual warning to users: The house always wins.

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